[gst-devel] How to make the playbin2 to redraw frames in paused state.
msmith at xiph.org
Thu Mar 18 16:43:10 CET 2010
On Thu, Mar 18, 2010 at 6:54 AM, wl2776 <wl2776 at gmail.com> wrote:
> The playbin2 almost always doesn't redraw the frame, when it is in the paused
> state, and the seek issued to the end of file.
> Example. Run Totem (linux movie player, a default movie player in Ubuntu),
> open a video file, put the player in a paused state and try to move slider
> of the movie progress indicator.
> If you slowly move the slider from left to right to the rightmost video
> position, frames are redrawn, and probably, the last frame will be seen.
> If you move the slider quickly outside of the progress bar area, then a
> frame somewhere from the middle of a movie will be shown, but the slider
> will stay near the end of the progress bar (the end of the movie). If you
> press play, the playing will continue from the position, which the slider
> Same things happen in my application. Debug window shows that when the
> problem occurs, the player gets the command to seek to the end of the movie.
> So, how can I make the playbin2 to draw the last frame?
This probably means that your video sink does not properly render the
preroll frame. You'll need to implement rendering the preroll frame in
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